In this chapter, the roles of RFID, social sensors, and cyber-physical system (CPS) at both inter-enterprise level and intra-enterprise level under the context of social manufacturing are elaborated. Advanced IoT solutions, human-machine interaction technologies and manufacturing data analysis enable humans, machines, sensors, smart workpieces and software systems to interact and cooperate with each other simultaneously for production operations. Firstly, an RFID-based graphical deduction model is constructed for tracing and monitoring material flows. Then, the concept, operational logic and implementation methods of social sensors are discussed in detail. Finally, an extended CPS framework integrating with RFID and social sensors is proposed to power social manufacturing nodes, communities, and network for production tasks. Potential application prospects of social manufacturing are also introduced from technical integration and application perspectives.